Beautifully presented four bedroom semi-detached, red sandstone Victorian home perfectly situated within the town with immediate access to river and woodland walks, the town centre, railway station and all amenities.
The front garden sits alongside the drive and is easily manageable, while the more extensive rear garden has a small lawn area, slabbed patio and sheltered raised timber deck area perfect for enjoying no matter the weather. From the rear you overlook the bowling green while stunning views of the Carrick Hills can be seen.
Entering via the main entranceway you’ll immediately note that the internal layout is spacious and has been decorated to a high standard while maintaining many original features. The general layout is over two levels and briefly comprises a large lounge with feature bay window rear viewing family room/bedroom 4, W.C., dining room, modern fully fitted kitchen and utility room all on the ground level.
Upstairs are two large double bedrooms one with an en-suite and a smaller third bedroom while the large family bathroom is situated mid-level.
Lounge 17’07 x 14’01
Family room/bedroom 4 14’00 x 12’08
W.C. 3’01 x 3’00
Dining room 10’09 x 10’08
Kitchen 11’01 x 7’07
Utility 11’01 x 8’01
Master bedroom 17’08 x 12’01
Bedroom 2 14’02 x 12’08
En-suite shower 6’01 x 3’04
Bedroom 3 9’06 x 7’04
Family Bathroom 9’06 x 7’04
A few things about this property:
- Stunning Semi-detached Victorian home
- Immaculate presentation
- Private off street parking
- Views of the Carrick Hills
- Centrally located
The finer detail:
- Three double bedrooms
- Large lounge with feature bay window
- Family room with rear garden view
- Modern fully fitted kitchen with utility room
- Large rear garden with sheltered patio and lawn area
South Ayrshire council area includes the towns of Ayr, Girvan, Troon and Prestwick, with a population of 113,000.
The area is accessible via various A road motorways and there are good train and bus links to the surrounding towns, Glasgow and further south. Prestwick airport offers flights to Europe and beyond. The county currently has plenty of choice for education, with eight secondary schools and over 40 primary schools across the area.
Places to visit include Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole, with it’s dramatic clifftop setting, Ayr Racecourse and The Ayr Gaiety Theatre - great for Christmas Pantos! The area has fine links golf courses with Turnberry and Royal Troon nearby. Craig Tara Holiday Park offers caravan holidays and facilities in Ayr, right beside the seaside.